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* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* Cricket SixesCricket Sixes

The 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes at Gymkahana Club - all welcome for further details http://www.chiangmaisixes.com/

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

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* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* Cricket SixesCricket Sixes

The 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes at Gymkahana Club - all welcome for further details http://www.chiangmaisixes.com/

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* Orchid ShowOrchid Show

Chiang Mai Annual Orchid Show at Good Taste Market Zone - Jing Jai Market, Chiang Mai – (JJ Market) Atsadathon Road – near Tesco Lotus. From 9am until 7pm daily – see attached for further details

* Cricket SixesCricket Sixes

The 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes at Gymkahana Club - all welcome for further details http://www.chiangmaisixes.com/

* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* ForumForum

Time: 9:00 am

South East Asian Creative Cities Forum and Handmade-Chiang Mai Seminar at TCDC Chiang Mai Muang Samut Road between 9am and 5.30pm. Speakers from Bali Kuala Lumpur Bangkok Hong Kong Penang Cebu Jakarta and Chiang Mai https://www.facebook.com/events/405846776217981/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/seasiacreativecities/

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Documentary NightDocumentary Night

Time: 7:00 pm

at Documentary Arts Asia, Chiang Mai – Le Quattro Volte – starts 7pm. An old shepherd lives his last days in a quiet medieval village perched high on the hills of Calabria – southern most tip of Italy

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* Charity Art Auction #4Charity Art Auction #4

at Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa, Chiang Mai, to raise funds in order to support Chalermprakiet 48 Pansa School in Lamphun. The charity auction will include pieces of artwork created by more than 100 artists, including famous artists and contributing artists from many regions in Thailand. See attached for further details or contact 05337 1999 or email info@siripanna.com

* Cricket SixesCricket Sixes

The 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes at Gymkahana Club - all welcome for further details http://www.chiangmaisixes.com/

* Orchid ShowOrchid Show

Chiang Mai Annual Orchid Show at Good Taste Market Zone - Jing Jai Market, Chiang Mai – (JJ Market) Atsadathon Road – near Tesco Lotus. From 9am until 7pm daily – see attached for further details

* Seafood Barbecue BuffetSeafood Barbecue Buffet

at Kad Kafe, Shangri-la Hotel Chiang Mai, THB 688THB net per person. For reservations 053 253 888 Ext 6807 restaurants.slcm@shangri-la.com

* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* ForumForum

Time: 9:00 am

South East Asian Creative Cities Forum and Handmade-Chiang Mai Seminar at TCDC Chiang Mai Muang Samut Road between 9am and 5.30pm. Speakers from Bali Kuala Lumpur Bangkok Hong Kong Penang Cebu Jakarta and Chiang Mai https://www.facebook.com/events/405846776217981/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/seasiacreativecities/

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Summer Vacation ConcertSummer Vacation Concert

Time: 7:30 pm

Clarinet Concert at AUA Auditorium Rachadamoen Road, Chiang Mai. Starts 7.30pm. Perfroming relaxed, fun and beautiful and easy listening classical pieces from Andrew Lloyd Webber. Leonard Berstein, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and many more – Tickets 300THB adult/ 100THB student For more info jjcadenza@aol.com or call 084-043-9821

* "GENTE""GENTE"

Time: 7:30 pm

(People) Solo Exhibit of Drawings, Paintings and Prints (made at C.A.P. studio) by Mexican-American Artist Nicolas Luna at Sangdee Gallery on Sirimangkalajarn Road, Soi 5, Chiang Mai. Grand opening on 4th April at 7:30 pm. Show runs till 2nd May, 2014.

* Piano RecitalPiano Recital

Time: 8:00 pm

Simone Sala Piano Recital Presented by D&M Music Studio 8 PM, Goethe Institute Auditorium - 500, 250 Students

* 2nd anniversary2nd anniversary

Time: 8:00 pm

Beauty in Black alternative party night at Stranger Bar, Silom Soi 4 - dress up in your hottest, sexiest, naughtiest black outfit and celebrate the Stranger's 2 year birthday. We have the Fabulous Pangina Heals, Slutty Boom Boom, M Stranger performing and DJ Steve in da house. Be "Beauty in Black" and get "BB Shot"....you can't miss it xoxo

* Boy BingoBoy Bingo

Time: 9:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza

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* Romance of OrchestraRomance of Orchestra

The Silpakorn Summer Music School under the baton of Hikotaro Yazaki 5th-2 PM, Tiffany's Show Theatre Pattaya - 1000, 600, 400 Baht 6th-5 PM, Mahisorn Hall, Siam Commercial Bank Ratchadapisek Rd - 500, 300, 200 Baht

* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* Orchid ShowOrchid Show

Chiang Mai Annual Orchid Show at Good Taste Market Zone - Jing Jai Market, Chiang Mai – (JJ Market) Atsadathon Road – near Tesco Lotus. From 9am until 7pm daily – see attached for further details

* Cricket SixesCricket Sixes

The 27th San Miguel Chiang Mai International Cricket Sixes at Gymkahana Club - all welcome for further details http://www.chiangmaisixes.com/

* Charity Art Auction #4Charity Art Auction #4

at Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa, Chiang Mai, to raise funds in order to support Chalermprakiet 48 Pansa School in Lamphun. The charity auction will include pieces of artwork created by more than 100 artists, including famous artists and contributing artists from many regions in Thailand. See attached for further details or contact 05337 1999 or email info@siripanna.com

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* OpeningOpening

Time: 2:00 pm

of Buddhist Art Exhibition - presented by Eka Dhama Silp at Chiang Mai University Art Centre, Nimmanhaemindha Road. Opening at 2pm. Exhibition on display until April 28. CMU Art Centre opens Tuesday - Sunday 9am until 5pm

* Bingay nightBingay night

Time: 8:00 pm

At Tropical Fah Samui (Koh Samui) Every FIRST Saturday of the month. Great prizes, bingo cards 50B each, come and join the fun!

* Birthday party and green nightBirthday party and green night

Time: 11:00 pm

At Idol Club, Pattaya

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 11:59 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

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* Northern Auto ShowNorthern Auto Show

at Chiang Mai Hall Central Plaza Chiang Mai Airport. Innovative Auto – Horsepower enegy. New promotions, events and entertainment every day – lucky draw to win great prizes

* Orchid ShowOrchid Show

Chiang Mai Annual Orchid Show at Good Taste Market Zone - Jing Jai Market, Chiang Mai – (JJ Market) Atsadathon Road – near Tesco Lotus. From 9am until 7pm daily – see attached for further details

* Romance of OrchestraRomance of Orchestra

The Silpakorn Summer Music School under the baton of Hikotaro Yazaki 5th-2 PM, Tiffany's Show Theatre Pattaya - 1000, 600, 400 Baht 6th-5 PM, Mahisorn Hall, Siam Commercial Bank Ratchadapisek Rd - 500, 300, 200 Baht

* Charity Art Auction #4Charity Art Auction #4

at Siripanna Villa Resort & Spa, Chiang Mai, to raise funds in order to support Chalermprakiet 48 Pansa School in Lamphun. The charity auction will include pieces of artwork created by more than 100 artists, including famous artists and contributing artists from many regions in Thailand. See attached for further details or contact 05337 1999 or email info@siripanna.com

* Chakri DayChakri Day

Public Holiday - Most bars closed

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Extreme Sunday BuffetExtreme Sunday Buffet

Time: 12:00 pm

at dusitD2, Chiang Mai - French Food Fashion featuring varieties of french cuisine plus from the ocean red alaska crab claws, oysters, nz mussles and much more. Enter the free lucky draw to win meal vouchers and special gifts. From noon until 3pm 1200THB per adult - including wine cocktail / 600THb per child - herbal drink children 3 and under free. Reservations 053-999-999 d2cm@dusit.com

* 40 years of ABBA40 years of ABBA

Time: 8:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

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* WorkshopsWorkshops

The Chiang Mai Drama Centre will be hosting a week of performing arts workshops that include: Acting, Drama Games, Street & Hip-Hop dancing class, Special effects make-up class! BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO GET A 500B DISCOUNT!! Full price only 2,500B for the full week inlcuding snacks & drinks each day!! All workshops are lead by trained professinals. Classes for ages 10- 12 (am class) & 13+ (pm class) Call 0801345502 cmdrama_centre@hotmail.com www.chiangmaidramacentre.com

* Orchid ShowOrchid Show

Chiang Mai Annual Orchid Show at Good Taste Market Zone - Jing Jai Market, Chiang Mai – (JJ Market) Atsadathon Road – near Tesco Lotus. From 9am until 7pm daily – see attached for further details

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Tang's BirthdayTang's Birthday

Time: 8:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza

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* WorkshopsWorkshops

The Chiang Mai Drama Centre will be hosting a week of performing arts workshops that include: Acting, Drama Games, Street & Hip-Hop dancing class, Special effects make-up class! BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO GET A 500B DISCOUNT!! Full price only 2,500B for the full week inlcuding snacks & drinks each day!! All workshops are lead by trained professinals. Classes for ages 10- 12 (am class) & 13+ (pm class) Call 0801345502 cmdrama_centre@hotmail.com www.chiangmaidramacentre.com

* Community Based TourismCommunity Based Tourism

Time: 8:30 am

International Research for Development Center, Chiang Mai (CBT-IRDC) will have an International Public Seminar on "Multi-stakeholder approaches in developing sustainable tourism destinations in ASEAN". The aim is to introduce and discuss how to develop and implement multi-stakeholder approaches in planning and development of tourism destinations to achieve more community benefits and sustainable development. Location: Pentecost Building in Room 420. Registration starts at 0830. The seminar is free and open to the public. For more information please see the attached flyer or email us at ips_tourism@outlook.com

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* WorkshopsWorkshops

The Chiang Mai Drama Centre will be hosting a week of performing arts workshops that include: Acting, Drama Games, Street & Hip-Hop dancing class, Special effects make-up class! BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO GET A 500B DISCOUNT!! Full price only 2,500B for the full week inlcuding snacks & drinks each day!! All workshops are lead by trained professinals. Classes for ages 10- 12 (am class) & 13+ (pm class) Call 0801345502 cmdrama_centre@hotmail.com www.chiangmaidramacentre.com

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* DancemandalaDancemandala

Time: 6:00 pm

at Space by the Tea tree Moon Muang Soi 6, Chiang Mai – home on aliberating journey to your innerself using meditation in motion practice 6pm – 7.30pm 250THB per person

* Wine & CheeseWine & Cheese

Time: 6:00 pm

On Wednesday 9th April we are holding a Wine and Cheese evening at the Balcony Pub with our usual format: A large plate of mixed cheeses with bread, crackers, salads, pickles and more for just 250 Baht plus a 20% discount on all our wines. As usual we are putting out a request for anyone who is visiting Bangkok to help us with some cheese deliveries if you have some spare room in your baggage. We will of course refund you the full cost of any cheese purchases.

* CMBG/AMCHAM/BCCTCMBG/AMCHAM/BCCT

Time: 6:30 pm

Business Networking Evening Chiang Mai Business Group/American Chamber of Commerce/British Chamber of Commerce.at the Shangri La Hotel, Chiang Mai. – anyone doing business in Chiang Mai is more than welcome 6.30pm – 8.30pm 500THB includes finger food and free flow soft drinks beer and wine – Reservation Required. For further info or reservations contact greg@bccthai.com

* Choral PortraitsChoral Portraits

Time: 7:30 pm

The BMS Chamber Choir is conducted by Eugene Eustaquio 7:30 PM, St Louis Hospital Chapel, 27 S Sathorn Rd - 300, 200 Members and Students

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* WorkshopsWorkshops

The Chiang Mai Drama Centre will be hosting a week of performing arts workshops that include: Acting, Drama Games, Street & Hip-Hop dancing class, Special effects make-up class! BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO GET A 500B DISCOUNT!! Full price only 2,500B for the full week inlcuding snacks & drinks each day!! All workshops are lead by trained professinals. Classes for ages 10- 12 (am class) & 13+ (pm class) Call 0801345502 cmdrama_centre@hotmail.com www.chiangmaidramacentre.com

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* NoahNoah

SFX Cinema @ Maya, Chiang Mai – Noah – a man chosen by God to undertake a momentous mission of rescue before an apocalyptic flood destrooys the world ALSO Rio 2 - its a jungle out there for Blu. Jewel and their 3 kids after they're hurtled Roi de Janeiro to the wilds of the Amazon (cartoon)

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* WorkshopsWorkshops

The Chiang Mai Drama Centre will be hosting a week of performing arts workshops that include: Acting, Drama Games, Street & Hip-Hop dancing class, Special effects make-up class! BOOK BY 31ST MARCH TO GET A 500B DISCOUNT!! Full price only 2,500B for the full week inlcuding snacks & drinks each day!! All workshops are lead by trained professinals. Classes for ages 10- 12 (am class) & 13+ (pm class) Call 0801345502 cmdrama_centre@hotmail.com www.chiangmaidramacentre.com

* Masked BallMasked Ball

at The Edge (14 Wangsingkham Road, Chiang Mai) from sunset onwards – plus tattoo competition. DJs Space Chicken, DJ Jeremy, DJ Casper, DJ Tay, DJ Job – dancefloor and riverside chillout shisha area – wear a mask get a free shot – 200THB includes 1 free drink

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Chiang Mai Expat Coffee MorninChiang Mai Expat Coffee Mornin

Time: 10:00 am

at the River Market, Chiang Mai – next to the Iron Bridge from 10am –noon. Special CEC Breakfast Buffet 214bht per person – all welcome

* Secondhand IT EquipmentSecondhand IT Equipment

Time: 5:00 pm

Meeting @ Loft Space 1/18 Sanambin Kao Road (road leading into Wing 41 from Suthep Road, Chiang Mai) –Buy or sell your IT items – laptop, computer, printer, phone, camera,game, consoles whater – Buyers – you will have the chance to test out the items / Sellers –pay 3% of value if you sell – all welcome between 5pm – 7pm. For further details 088-252-0477

* Free Flow WineFree Flow Wine

Time: 6:00 pm

at Rimping Promenada, Chiang Mai – 6pm – 8.30pm – get into the Songkran mood with 6 varities of wine to sample – cheeky Aussie vintages, some tasty bites and cheerful folk to chat to – all for 500THB per person – reservations required – limited numbers so contact ram@rimping.com

* Thank you partyThank you party

Time: 8:30 pm

To the fans of Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza, for voting them the number one gogo bar in Pattaya in OUT magazine. Free food and lots of fun!

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* Splash StationSplash Station

Bangkok Airways Splash Station at Thapae Gate, Chiang Mai – wear something blue and chance of winning free plane tickets

* Songran Chiang MaiSongran Chiang Mai

Official stuff – Saturday 12 April - 7am Old Cultural Parade starts at Wat ChangMon goes to Three Kings Saturday 12 April - 4pm – 6pm Procession of the devotion ornaments from ChangPuak Gate to Three Kings Sunday 13 April – 8.09 until 8.39 Opening Ceremony at Thapae Gate Sunday 13 April – 7am – Noon – Procession of Miss Beauty Pagaent – riding bicycles and holding umbrellas – from Nawarat bridge to Thapae Gate Sunday 13 - Monday 14 April - from 7pm until midnight Miss Beauty Pagaent & Mr Songkran Competition at Thapae Gate along with plenty of muscial activities & local cultural performances Sunday 13 - Tuesday 15 April - from 4pm until 11pm Lanna World Musiq Festival at SuanBaukhad (south west corner of the moat)

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Songs of SummerSongs of Summer

Time: 4:30 pm

at Chom Dong Villa Operatic arias and songs from Broadway musicals 4:30 PM, Chom dong Villa Hua Hin - 1200 Baht, inclusive of High Tea

* Eros Show NightEros Show Night

Time: 9:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza. Special shows at 21.30 and 23.00

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 11:59 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

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* Foam PartyFoam Party

The Harbour Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai Foam Party – further details to follow

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songkran Foam PartySongkran Foam Party

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Samui Gay PrideSamui Gay Pride

Join our fun version of Pride Parade this Songkran Festival on the 13th of April. We will start from Pride Bar and go around Soi Green Mango to the main road and back to Pride Bar. THEME: Swimming clothes in bold colors (no print or design and no black or white) Pride Bar Samui will provide the food and non-alcoholic drinks before and after the parade and the venue for the after party. P A R T I C I P A N T S : Starz Cabaret, Mekkala Men Spa & Bar, Suntowel Travel, Rainbow Scuba, Tropical Fah Samui

* Songkran at Rasta CaféSongkran at Rasta Café

Charoen Prathet Road (next to the iron bridge, Chiang Mai) 3 day party – Jahguid 420 by DJ Stone featuring live bands – Reggae / Ska Root / Dub Steo

* Splash StationSplash Station

Bangkok Airways Splash Station at Thapae Gate, Chiang Mai – wear something blue and chance of winning free plane tickets

* Songran Chiang MaiSongran Chiang Mai

Official stuff – Saturday 12 April - 7am Old Cultural Parade starts at Wat ChangMon goes to Three Kings Saturday 12 April - 4pm – 6pm Procession of the devotion ornaments from ChangPuak Gate to Three Kings Sunday 13 April – 8.09 until 8.39 Opening Ceremony at Thapae Gate Sunday 13 April – 7am – Noon – Procession of Miss Beauty Pagaent – riding bicycles and holding umbrellas – from Nawarat bridge to Thapae Gate Sunday 13 - Monday 14 April - from 7pm until midnight Miss Beauty Pagaent & Mr Songkran Competition at Thapae Gate along with plenty of muscial activities & local cultural performances Sunday 13 - Tuesday 15 April - from 4pm until 11pm Lanna World Musiq Festival at SuanBaukhad (south west corner of the moat)

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Palm Sunday ServicePalm Sunday Service

Time: 11:00 am

11 am All Saints, Chiang Mai. Episcopal/Anglican worship Contact: info@AllSaintsChiangMai.com or call: 0828 955 232 Regular services: Sunday 11 a.m. www.AllSaintsChiangMai.com

* Songkran BBQSongkran BBQ

Time: 12:00 pm

at Casa Diverso on Rachamankha Road, Chiang Mai (just off the west side of the moat) 12 noon until 8pm. Draft beer, BBQ Beef Chicken Pork, GIANT Homemade Hamburgers +French fries etc etc. Live Music – Come and relax and get away from the madness of the moat – but we will still have iced water to play!!!! For more info 084-174-0699

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

* Eros Show NightEros Show Night

Time: 9:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza. Special shows at 21.30 and 23.00

* Songkran PartySongkran Party

Time: 10:00 pm

At X Boys, Pattayaland Soi 1, special "wet" shows!

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* Splash StationSplash Station

Bangkok Airways Splash Station at Thapae Gate, Chiang Mai – wear something blue and chance of winning free plane tickets

* Songkran at Rasta CaféSongkran at Rasta Café

Charoen Prathet Road (next to the iron bridge, Chiang Mai) 3 day party – Jahguid 420 by DJ Stone featuring live bands – Reggae / Ska Root / Dub Steo

* Foam PartyFoam Party

The Harbour Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai Foam Party – further details to follow

* Chiang Mai Travel ClubChiang Mai Travel Club

meets at Sangdee Gallery Sirimongkalajarn Soi 5, Chiang Mai – guest speaker Stewart Simpson will speak about his home country of Scotland. If you wish to be put on the email list of future events please send an email to ChiangMaiTravelClub@gmail.com

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songran Chiang MaiSongran Chiang Mai

Official stuff – Saturday 12 April - 7am Old Cultural Parade starts at Wat ChangMon goes to Three Kings Saturday 12 April - 4pm – 6pm Procession of the devotion ornaments from ChangPuak Gate to Three Kings Sunday 13 April – 8.09 until 8.39 Opening Ceremony at Thapae Gate Sunday 13 April – 7am – Noon – Procession of Miss Beauty Pagaent – riding bicycles and holding umbrellas – from Nawarat bridge to Thapae Gate Sunday 13 - Monday 14 April - from 7pm until midnight Miss Beauty Pagaent & Mr Songkran Competition at Thapae Gate along with plenty of muscial activities & local cultural performances Sunday 13 - Tuesday 15 April - from 4pm until 11pm Lanna World Musiq Festival at SuanBaukhad (south west corner of the moat)

* Jazz MusicJazz Music

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Songkran BBQSongkran BBQ

Time: 12:00 pm

at Casa Diverso on Rachamankha Road, Chiang Mai (just off the west side of the moat) 12 noon until 8pm. Draft beer, BBQ Beef Chicken Pork, GIANT Homemade Hamburgers +French fries etc etc. Live Music – Come and relax and get away from the madness of the moat – but we will still have iced water to play!!!! For more info 084-174-0699

* Thai New Year at TamarindThai New Year at Tamarind

Time: 6:00 pm

Celebrate Thai New Year at Tamarind Village, Chiang Mai – 6pm welcome cocktail at Tamarind courtyard followed by Special Thai Set Dinner at Ruen Tamarind accompanied by a contemporary Lanna Jazz band 1600THB++ per person For reservations or further info 053-418-896 reservation@tamarindvillage.com

* Songkran PartySongkran Party

Time: 10:00 pm

At X Boys, Pattayaland Soi 1, special "wet" shows!

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* Foam PartyFoam Party

The Harbour Huay Kaew Road, Chiang Mai Foam Party – further details to follow

* Songran Chiang MaiSongran Chiang Mai

Official stuff – Saturday 12 April - 7am Old Cultural Parade starts at Wat ChangMon goes to Three Kings Saturday 12 April - 4pm – 6pm Procession of the devotion ornaments from ChangPuak Gate to Three Kings Sunday 13 April – 8.09 until 8.39 Opening Ceremony at Thapae Gate Sunday 13 April – 7am – Noon – Procession of Miss Beauty Pagaent – riding bicycles and holding umbrellas – from Nawarat bridge to Thapae Gate Sunday 13 - Monday 14 April - from 7pm until midnight Miss Beauty Pagaent & Mr Songkran Competition at Thapae Gate along with plenty of muscial activities & local cultural performances Sunday 13 - Tuesday 15 April - from 4pm until 11pm Lanna World Musiq Festival at SuanBaukhad (south west corner of the moat)

* Splash StationSplash Station

Bangkok Airways Splash Station at Thapae Gate, Chiang Mai – wear something blue and chance of winning free plane tickets

* Beer RepublicBeer Republic

Beer Republic, Chiang Mai Urthel Award Winning Belgium Craft-Style Beers! Buy 2 get 1 FREE for Chiang Mai Beer Club Members Only Join here http://www.chiangmaibeerclub.com/join/ View Menus at www.beerrepublicchiangmai.com Soi 11 Nimman Rd. 053 216 568

* Afternoon Foam PartyAfternoon Foam Party

At Babylon Sauna, Bangkok

* Songkran at Rasta CaféSongkran at Rasta Café

Charoen Prathet Road (next to the iron bridge, Chiang Mai) 3 day party – Jahguid 420 by DJ Stone featuring live bands – Reggae / Ska Root / Dub Steo

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Watercolour ExhibitionWatercolour Exhibition

Time: 9:00 am

of Thai Watercolour artist Assoc Prof Sugree Kesornkessara at 137 Pillars House, Chiang Mai can be viewed daily from 9am until 10pm

* Songkran BBQSongkran BBQ

Time: 12:00 pm

at Casa Diverso on Rachamankha Road, Chiang Mai (just off the west side of the moat) 12 noon until 8pm. Draft beer, BBQ Beef Chicken Pork, GIANT Homemade Hamburgers +French fries etc etc. Live Music – Come and relax and get away from the madness of the moat – but we will still have iced water to play!!!! For more info 084-174-0699

* Quiz NightQuiz Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Duc’s Coffee Shop, Sunee Plaza has a monthly quiz on the 15th. Amusing and interesting. Starts at 9pm.

* Songkran PartySongkran Party

Time: 10:00 pm

At X Boys, Pattayaland Soi 1, special "wet" shows!

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* Songran Chiang MaiSongran Chiang Mai

Official stuff – Saturday 12 April - 7am Old Cultural Parade starts at Wat ChangMon goes to Three Kings Saturday 12 April - 4pm – 6pm Procession of the devotion ornaments from ChangPuak Gate to Three Kings Sunday 13 April – 8.09 until 8.39 Opening Ceremony at Thapae Gate Sunday 13 April – 7am – Noon – Procession of Miss Beauty Pagaent – riding bicycles and holding umbrellas – from Nawarat bridge to Thapae Gate Sunday 13 - Monday 14 April - from 7pm until midnight Miss Beauty Pagaent & Mr Songkran Competition at Thapae Gate along with plenty of muscial activities & local cultural performances Sunday 13 - Tuesday 15 April - from 4pm until 11pm Lanna World Musiq Festival at SuanBaukhad (south west corner of the moat)

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Night SafariNight Safari

Time: 7:00 pm

Annual Paying Respects to Chao Duangduan Na, Chiang Mai – Starts 7pm – will many cultural activities – all welcome

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* SFXSFX

@ Maya Transcendence, Chiang Mai – a terminally ill scientiest downloads his mind into a computer. This grants him power beyond his wildest dreams and soon he becomes unstoppable ALSO Need for Speed – Fresh from prison a street racer who wasframed by a weathy business associate joins a cross country race with revenge on his mind

* Crowdfunding WorkshopCrowdfunding Workshop

Time: 9:00 am

at Loftspace – 1/18 Sanambin Kao Road (from suthep road the road that leads to Wing 41, Chiang Mai) Discover and learn how to raise money online using crowdfunding – Workshop FREE / networking lunch costs 200THB FROM 9AM – 12 NOON – for reservations or further info www.loftspace.co

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Songkran Foam PartySongkran Foam Party

At Dave Club

* Good Friday ServiceGood Friday Service

Time: 11:00 am

11 am All Saints, Chiang Mai. Episcopal/Anglican worship Contact: info@AllSaintsChiangMai.com or call: 0828 955 232 Regular services: Sunday 11 a.m. www.AllSaintsChiangMai.com

* Pool PartyPool Party

Time: 8:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza

* Sonkran PartySonkran Party

Time: 10:30 pm

At the Copa Showbar. Special show at 10.30

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* Legendary Songkran Party Legendary Songkran Party

Time: 10:00 am

QM Bar and ? Mark bar, Jomtien Complex - The fun starts at 10 am and goes on til very late. Water fights, food, music, boys in speedos and FUN FUN FUN!

* A Journey to VeneziaA Journey to Venezia

Time: 7:00 pm

in Musica 2014 The Chulalongkorn University Concert Choir prepares for a competition in Italy and features baritone Kittinant Chinsamran 7 PM, Music Hall, Bldg of Art and Culture Chulalongkorn University - 400 Baht

* Recital of TrombonistsRecital of Trombonists

Time: 7:30 pm

at RCK Recital Hall Payap University, Chiang Mai by Ajarn Norrasate Udakarn – playing and explaining excerps for the first tenor trombone from Gustav Mahler’s Symphony 3 – Lecture will be in Thai – some English explanations on the powerpoint. Starts at 7.30pm Recital is free

* Gay BowlingGay Bowling

Time: 8:00 pm

Gay Bowling Every 3rd Saturday at the Tesco Lotus Bowling Lane, Koh Samui. 8pm prompt start at the bowling lanes. Arrive early for beer at Food Court outside terrace

* Sonkran PartySonkran Party

Time: 10:30 pm

At the Copa Showbar. Special show at 10.30

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 11:59 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

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* Easter Sunday BrunchEaster Sunday Brunch

at Kad Kafe, Shangri-la Hotel Chiang Mai, THB 980 net per person For reservations 053 253 888 Ext 6807 restaurants.slcm@shangri-la.com

* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Easter @ Centara DuangtawanEaster @ Centara Duangtawan

we arrange "Easter Corner" in Japanese and BBQ Buffet lunch on Easter Sunday at Tawan Restaurant, on the 2nd floor of Centara Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai, which has lots of fun activities, including live cooking such as roasted leg of lamb with rosemary and ginger fruit carvingbuffet, color space egg hunt, children's play area and video. Only Baht 350 ++ per adult and Baht 175 + + per child under 12 years of age.Reservations, please call 053 905000 Ext. 3227.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Easter Brunch @ Holiday InnEaster Brunch @ Holiday Inn

with Easter Egg Hunt at River Terrance – Chef’s special roasted turkey and BBQ ham 830THB per person Kids 7-12 years 50% discount for reservations or further info narawuth.jantara@ihg.com or tel 053-275-300

* Easter brunch at AkaligoEaster brunch at Akaligo

at Dhara Dhevi, Chiang Mai Extravaganza appetizers include smoked salmon and marinated salmon carved to order with capers and red onion, goose liver terrine and home made pate with onions and strawberry compote, and much more There will be pasta, carving and BBQ Chinese stove stations, delicious main courses such as pan-seared garupa fish with champagne-tarragon sauce, pan-seared Australian beef fillet with shallots red wine sauce and steamed sea bass with soy sauce, BBQ items like Cajun marinated chicken wings, rum glazed New Zealand lamb chops and veal and pork jumbo sausages, as well as a delightful dessert lineup by Chef Fabrice with the priced at THB 1,800 net per person. For reservations or further info 053-888-888 enquiry@dharadhevi.com

* Easter Sunday ServiceEaster Sunday Service

Time: 11:00 am

11 am All Saints, Chiang Mai. Episcopal/Anglican worship Contact: info@AllSaintsChiangMai.com or call: 0828 955 232 Regular services: Sunday 11 a.m. www.AllSaintsChiangMai.com

* Easter Sunday LunchEaster Sunday Lunch

Time: 12:00 pm

at Sala Mae Rim Restaurant Four Seasons Resort, Chiang Mai – from 12 noon until 3pm 2200THB with free flow wines beers martinis –or 1500THB without/ half price children between 4- 12 years – Price subject to tax and service total 17.7% - Gourmet card holders 20%discount applies For reservations or further info fb.chiangmai@fourseasons.com

* Easter Bar-B-QueEaster Bar-B-Que

Time: 3:30 pm

At the Balcony Pub: On Sunday 20th April we are having an Easter BBQ in the Soi. It’s FREE for Balcony Members and just 250 Baht for non-members and guests. Starting at 3.30pm and finishing at 6.00pm we can offer you a selection of Steaks, Burgers, Kebabs, Sausages and a whole lot more – so please join us.

* KeyboardKeyboard

Time: 5:00 pm

Music at Eelswamp: Two Grand Works for Keyboard Eri Nakagawa plays Bach's Goldberg Variations and Rachmaninoff's Second Piano Sonata 5 PM, Lulu and Daisy Goat Farm, in Nongplalai ('eelswamp' in Thai), Pattaya - 1000 Baht, Limit 30

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Pub QuizPub Quiz

Time: 7:45 pm

At the Balcony Pub: On Monday 21st April we are trying our first ever Balcony Pub Quiz and if it’s a success then we hope to make it a regular event later in the year. Starting at 7.45 pm and lasting for about 2 hours, there will be general knowledge questions, ‘shout-out’ questions between rounds and a selection of prizes for the winning teams. Please join us – team sizes are a maximum of 6 and there is no Googling! Discounts on Food & Drink for teams.

* Upstairs AtUpstairs At

Time: 8:00 pm

Sangdee Gallery, Chiang Mai Every Monday "Performing Artists". We plan tofill Sangdee with folks who are interested in new and local authors - and want writers to contact us if they are interested in participating. ALL WELCOME! ((8:00 PM to 9:30 PM)) UPSTAIRS! No charge! Bar and food downstairs as always at Sangdee (Sirimonkalajarn Soi 5). For further info arnoldlasky@aol.com

* Special ShowSpecial Show

Time: 10:00 pm

At X-boys in Pattayaland Soi 1. Shows at 10.00, 11.30 and 00.45

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* SONGKRANSONGKRAN

"Songkran" is a word from the Sanskrit language which means to "move into" and refers to the orbit of the sun moving into Aries. It marks the end of a 12-month cycle and the beginning of a new solar year. Songkran is therefore the Thai New Year celebrations. This traditional Thai custom of merry-making is the Kingdom's most 'sanuk' (fun-filled) festival, celebrated with tremendous enthusiasm, nation-wide, once a year. In most parts of the country, Songkran extends over a period of 3 days. Known the world-over for its characteristic tradition of water-throwing ranging from a courteous sprinkle or a polite splash, to harmless water pistols and showers from garden hoses to the well-aimed bucket or water-cannon delivered in a festive spirit. Without a doubt, on the practical side, Songkran is a refreshing solution to "beating the heat" in the hottest season of the year. There is a however a much deeper significance to "Songkran". Apart from marking a new beginning, Songkran is also a time for thanksgiving. It is an important time for individuals to reflect upon the many acts of kindness and thoughtfulness each has personally experienced and to remember how such acts of generosity and compassion bring peace, happiness and well-being. Songkran is also the time for reunions and family ties are renewed. At the heart of each Thai custom and tradition, there is always a logical reason for its existence. The festive elements of the celebration, the cultural values, the social code of conduct and individual belief and practices are intertwined. Songkran embodies the traditional Thai cultural values. The underlying significance of Songkran is the process of cleansing and purification — the purging of all ills, misfortune and evil and starting the New Year afresh with all that is good and pure. Water is symbolic of the cleaning process and signifies purity.

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Russian NightRussian Night

Time: 7:30 pm

Charity Concert The Bangkok Charity Orchestra is conducted by Chulayuth Lochotinan and features pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell 7:30 PM, Henri Dunant Hall, The Royal Bangkok Sports Club - 800, 500 Students

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* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Quiz NightQuiz Night

Time: 8:00 pm

at Garden Bar Lotus Hotel Viengbua Road, Chiang Mai – Starts 8pm Teams of 4. 200THB per team – winning team gets the kitty – 6 rounds + 1difficult round – 1 round will be about Lebanon – chosen by the runners up last month. For further info lotus@loxinfo.co.th

* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

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* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* FREEFREE

Time: 11:30 am

Chiang Mai Money Club meets at The Airport Greenery (diagonal To Robinsons) 11:30am – 1:00pm A new initiative in Chiang Mai aimed at expats, retirees, investors – infact anyone who has a real interest in money. Topics: Top 10 mistakes made by expats, How to invest offshore and stay compliant with the United States-IRS, 3 Questions you need to ask anyone giving you financial advice , Global Investing, How to select an offshore broker, Gold, Expat banking, and US Taxes. Lunch/coffee and social chat. Questions and answers. For more info contact Don Freeman at freemancapital@gmail.com 089-970-5795,

* Fashion Revolution DayFashion Revolution Day

Time: 5:00 pm

at Thapae Gate, Chiang Mai as part of an International Project to revolutionize fashion industry production, by running a highly publicized global awareness campaign. In the light of the Rana Plaza factory complex in Bangladesh on the 24th April last year. Fashion Revolution Day will set up events around the world (over 50 Countries taking party) which ask people to turn their clothes inside out and ask the question - Where do my clothes come from? Starting at 5pm at Thapae Gate, everyone is invited to come and wear their favourite piece of clothing INSIDE OUT – this is not to make people feel guilty but to make them aware of where their clothes come from. For further information macsmail@hotmail.com

* Second TEDx SalonSecond TEDx Salon

Time: 6:00 pm

’The Power of Film’ at Documentary Arts Asia Wualai Road Soi 3, Chiang Mai. From 6pm until 9pm Three TED talks on film will be shown and discussed. Some Pizza, snacks and drinks will be available http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/12238 www.tedxchiangmai.com

* SKALSKAL

Time: 6:30 pm

Chiang Mai & Northern Thailand Le Crystal Dinner 600THB Members / 800THB guests. 400THB for free flow wine during the meal Starts at 6.30pm with cocktails http://www.skalchiangmai.com/

* Wine SavouringWine Savouring

Time: 7:00 pm

at El Patio, Chiang Mai 7pm -10pm New Italian Imports Premium 990.- | 1 White, 4 Red & Pairing Pinxtos Standard 500.- | 1 White, 2 Red & Pairing Pinxtos 20 Tickets Available of each, pick up at El Patio Soi 11 Nimman Rd. 053 223 924, 089 7009552

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* Weekend Roast NightWeekend Roast Night

at The Anantara Chiang Mai. Friday and Saturday Roast Night’s succulent meat specialties including Australian Beef Rib Eye Yorkshire Pudding with salad buffet 680THB++ per person / 880THB++ including glass of wine. Reservations or further info 053-253-333 events.chiangmai@anantara.com

* Susi Thai HaoSusi Thai Hao

the Musical The softer side of Cixi, the Empress Dowager, based on Kukrij Pramot's novel; Thai with English surtitles M Theatre New Petchburi Rd - 5000, 3000, 2500, 2000, 1500, 1000 Baht More information and a schedule are available at ThaiTicketmajor outlets, 02-262-3456 or http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/performance/performance-detail.php?sid=2293&la=en

* Seafood Barbecue BuffetSeafood Barbecue Buffet

at Kad Kafe, Shangri-La Hotel, Chiang Mai THB 688 nett per person For reservations, please call 053 253 888 ext. 6807 or email: restaurants.slcm@shangri-la.com

* Totally TropicalTotally Tropical

Promenada Resort Mall La Salsa Beach Chiang Mai is going ‘totally tropical’ this summer with La Salsa Beach, a special event in which Prom’s lush tropical gardens are transformed into a beguiling and exotic beachside paradise! Activities start after 5pm Promenada warmly invites residents of Chiang Mai and all tourists from around the world to join together for a spectacular celebration of summer

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Sinfonietta Does WagnerSinfonietta Does Wagner

The Siam Sinfonietta conducted by Somtow Sucharitkul plays music from Lohengrin, Tristan, Tannhaeuser and the Ring Cycle 8 pm, Mahisorn Hall, SCB Plaza Ratchadapisek - Free, reservations recommended

* Annual Anzac DayAnnual Anzac Day

Time: 6:00 am

Dawn Service at House of Praise International Church, Chiang Mai – starts at 6am followed by an Aussie breakfast. Everyone is welcome. Please wear colours and ribbons. For more info email info@cochouseofpraise.com tel 053-212-904 www.cochouseofpraise.com

* Fondue PartyFondue Party

Time: 6:00 pm

by Chez Emy a Paris @ Loftspace, Chiang Mai – 1/18 Sanambin Kao Road (from suthep road the road that leads to Wing 41) French Fondue – Cheese fondue, red wine fondue and oil fondue – From 6pm- 8pm 590THB adult/ 250THB child under 12. Pay in advance discount 5% - limited to 20 people – reservations or further info Pooky 088-252-0477 pooky_thai@hotmail.com

* The MatchmakerThe Matchmaker

Time: 8:00 pm

by Thornton Wilder The basis for "Hello Dolly" presented by Bangkok Community Theatre 8 PM, the new Alliance Francaise Theatre on Wireless Rd - 850 Baht

* Critical MassCritical Mass

Time: 8:00 pm

Chiang Mai CNX#CMCNX Bike (bicycles) rally at THREE KINGS MONUMENT– Meeting at 8pm - YES IN THE EVENING – all welcome individuals, young and old, families and and groups

* The Magic of the MusicalsThe Magic of the Musicals

Time: 8:30 pm

Chicago in concert by The New Broadway Company (Bangkok Grand Opera) 8:30 PM, St Regis Bangkok, 159 Rajadamri - 1650 Includes tapas and wine

* Tiger PartyTiger Party

Time: 8:30 pm

At Eros Boy Bar in Sunee Plaza

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* Susi Thai HaoSusi Thai Hao

the Musical The softer side of Cixi, the Empress Dowager, based on Kukrij Pramot's novel; Thai with English surtitles M Theatre New Petchburi Rd - 5000, 3000, 2500, 2000, 1500, 1000 Baht More information and a schedule are available at ThaiTicketmajor outlets, 02-262-3456 or http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/performance/performance-detail.php?sid=2293&la=en

* Weekend Roast NightWeekend Roast Night

at The Anantara Chiang Mai. Friday and Saturday Roast Night’s succulent meat specialties including Australian Beef Rib Eye Yorkshire Pudding with salad buffet 680THB++ per person / 880THB++ including glass of wine. Reservations or further info 053-253-333 events.chiangmai@anantara.com

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Harvest Melodies 3Harvest Melodies 3

Summer Edition - Traditional Ethnic Music Festival at AUA Auditorium Rachadamoen Road, Chiang Mai - 10 hours of entertainment featuring Lanna Music (Slor-Sor-Sung / Pin Pia / Pee pat Muang) Thai String Band, Chinese harp, brazilian & italian guitar - much more - see attached - 300THB admission for reservations or further info facebook.com/sangobcm or sangobcm@gmail.com

* Totally TropicalTotally Tropical

Promenada Resort Mall La Salsa Beach Chiang Mai is going ‘totally tropical’ this summer with La Salsa Beach, a special event in which Prom’s lush tropical gardens are transformed into a beguiling and exotic beachside paradise! Activities start after 5pm Promenada warmly invites residents of Chiang Mai and all tourists from around the world to join together for a spectacular celebration of summer

* Pool PartyPool Party

Backstage and Neramit Hill are putting on a pool party at Kathu every Saturday.

* InternationsInternations

Time: 6:00 pm

at That’s Wine Nimman Soi 7, Chiang Mai. From 6pm until 9pm For InterNations members only = there will be a wine buffet +10% discount on all food items. To register for this event or to become a member www.internations.org

* World BuffetWorld Buffet

Time: 6:30 pm

at Le Crystal, Chiang Mai. 1300THB per person or 2000THB per person includes free flow wines. Menu includes Foie gras fresh oysters and much much more From 6.30pm until 10pm. For reservations or further info 053 872 890-1 or info@lecrystalrestaurant.com

* Latin TunesLatin Tunes

Time: 7:30 pm

at Le Meridien, Chiang Mai discover your rhythm with our latin tunes with complimentary dance instructions from vibrant professionals @ 7.30pm followed by Free Dancing. Discover your rhythm with our Latin Tunes. Back by popular demand and now a new monthly ritual - Spice up the rest of night with live DJ+ special prices on handcrafted cocktails designed by our creative mixologists.

* The MatchmakerThe Matchmaker

Time: 8:00 pm

by Thornton Wilder The basis for "Hello Dolly" presented by Bangkok Community Theatre 8 PM, the new Alliance Francaise Theatre on Wireless Rd - 850 Baht

* This is WhitneyThis is Whitney

Time: 10:30 pm

At the Copa Showbar. Special show at 10.30

* Lucky Draw! Lucky Draw!

Time: 11:59 pm

On Saturday’s Panorama Pub, Boyztown has a weekly lucky draw at midnight. 10 prizes for the lucky winners!!!

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* WorkshopWorkshop

Crystals, Rocks and healing chakras workshop at Kalyanamit Old City, Chiang Mai – learn the basics of The laying on the stones, learn particular combinations of stones placed on the energy centres can help to heal, clear unwanted energies, boost psychic abilities etc etc 700THB in advance / 750THB on the door or further info or reservations 091-632-9228youarehealing@gmail.com

* Totally TropicalTotally Tropical

Promenada Resort Mall La Salsa Beach Chiang Mai is going ‘totally tropical’ this summer with La Salsa Beach, a special event in which Prom’s lush tropical gardens are transformed into a beguiling and exotic beachside paradise! Activities start after 5pm Promenada warmly invites residents of Chiang Mai and all tourists from around the world to join together for a spectacular celebration of summer

* Susi Thai HaoSusi Thai Hao

the Musical The softer side of Cixi, the Empress Dowager, based on Kukrij Pramot's novel; Thai with English surtitles M Theatre New Petchburi Rd - 5000, 3000, 2500, 2000, 1500, 1000 Baht More information and a schedule are available at ThaiTicketmajor outlets, 02-262-3456 or http://www.thaiticketmajor.com/performance/performance-detail.php?sid=2293&la=en

* Phuket PridePhuket Pride

The largest Pride event in Thailand - now a full week of parties and activities

* Seafood Sunday BrunchSeafood Sunday Brunch

with Elephant Parade House at Kad Kafe, Shangri-La Hotel Chiang Mai THB 688 nett per person For reservations, please call 053 253 888 ext. 6807 or email: restaurants.slcm@shangri-la.com

* Seafood ExtravaganzaSeafood Extravaganza

Extreme Sunday Buffet Lunch at dusitD2, Chiang Mai features alaska red crab claw, fine de claire oyster, NZ oyster sushi and sashimi – special for Thai New Year includes Kaow Chae and much much more 1200THB adult includes dirnking water / 600THB childfood and herbal drink / under 3 years old free // FIRST 60 SEATS COME 3 PAY 2 – for more info or reservations 053-999-999 d2cm@dusit.com

* Sunny Trio and The VoxSunny Trio and The Vox

Time: 4:00 pm

A jazz concert by Rattana Wongsarnsern (Sun) and friends 4 PM, Sala Sudasiri Sobha, 158/20 Ladprao 41 Yak 7-2 - 500 Baht

* Pig RoastPig Roast

Time: 9:00 pm

At the Bondi, Jomtien Beach. Come along and hear Willy and Mandy sing from 9.00. Happy hour before that.

* Charity QuizCharity Quiz

Time: 9:30 pm

The last Sunday of the month is quiz night for "Take Care" Charities the fun starts at 9.30pm. At the Bondi, Jomtien

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* NoNo

Time: 7:30 pm

A 2012 film on the 1988 referendum in Chile 7:30 PM, Friese Greene Club Sukhumvit Soi 22 - Free

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* Bingo NightBingo Night

Time: 9:00 pm

Bingo night at The Bondi, Jomtien

* Special PartySpecial Party

Time: 9:30 pm

At X-Boys Land in Pattayaland Soi 1 Special shows at 9.30, 10.45 and 00.00

       
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